Agniphera (TV series)

Agnifera is an Indian television series broadcast by &TV from 20 March 2017.[1] The show initially starred Yukti Kapoor, Ankit Gera, Simaran Kaur, Mohak Khurana and Ayaz Ahmed as Ragini, Anurag, Shrishti, Vishesh Sagar and Baiju.[2][3] Following a 20-year leap it starred Kapoor and Kaur as Agni and Sakshi,[4] whereas Karan Goddwani and Samridh Bawa played male leads as Kishan and Sameer.[5] The series was filmed in Bihar.[6] It ended completing 482 episodes on 25 January 2019.[7]

Agnifera
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GenreIndian soap opera
Drama
Romantic comedy
Created byRavi Raj
Roshan Lal Kamboj
Written byTarak Nath Mourya
Rajesh singh
Amit jha
Agam Gaurav
Directed byRavi Raj Taraknath Mourya Vijay singh,Sagar
Creative directorAakaash Berry
ComposerLalit Sen
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes482
Production
ProducersRoshan Lal Kamboj
Ravi Raj
Production locationBihar
CinematographyDanny
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time23 minutes
Production companyR & R Creation
Release
Original network&TV
Picture format576i
HDTV 1080i
Audio formatDolby Digital
Original release20 March 2017 (2017-03-20) –
25 January 2019 (2019-01-25)

PlotEdit

MBA graduate Anurag Singh returns to his native town Bihar after completing studentship in London. His family arranges his wedding to the soft-spoken traditional law student Srishti.

Loud-mouthed, bold and spoilt, Ragini Singh likes Anurag. On his wedding day her father Vikraal forces Anurag to marry her. To save Anurag's family from humiliation Srishti marries his mentally disabled younger brother Vishvesh.

Anurag's mother Revati disapproves of Ragini's goonish behavior and plans to separate them. Vishvesh and Srishti strike a friendship. A hitman tries to kill Srishti. Vishesh confronts him and dies after falling off a cliff.

The police fail to find Vishvesh's body. Dejected by her loveless marriage, Ragini leaves Anurag. Vikraal searches a second husband for her. Now changed, Anurag decides to win her over. They unite and Ragini gets pregnant.

Tensions arise between Ragini and Anurag when she joins Vikraal's political work. Later the matter is sorted out. Baiju Kanpuria, a goon starts chasing Srishti and creates circumstances in which she is forced to marry him.

Baiju tortures Srishti and sells her to a brothel till his mother tells him about Srishti saving her life. He reforms and develops feelings for Srishti who also becomes a friend of him.

Srishti learns that Vishvesh is alive and has lost his memory. She brings him back. Revati wants them to reunite ans tries to emotionally manipulate Baiju into letting Srishti, who figures out the truth and declares her love for him.

Baiju is implicated in a drug case. Ragini tries to prove his innocence. Vishvesh secretly kills Baiju. Ragini is sent to prison for his murder. The Singh family don't believe her. She delivers a daughter named Agni in jail and asks one of the jailors to tell Agni that she was innocent.

Ragini writes a letter to Srishti explaining her innocence and Baiju's death. Angered, Srishti confronts Vishvesh and kills him. She dies delivering her and Baiju's daughter Sakshi who is taken to the Singh family.

Twenty years laterEdit

Sakshi has grown up in Anurag's family and become a doctor. Agni is brought up in a foster home and works as a police inspector. Sakshi is later revealed to be not a doctor.

Agni falls in love with Kishan Thakur, but he marries Sakshi, who later develops feelings for him, too. Sakshi and Agni become friends. Agni marries Kishan's brother Sameer and they all live happily ever after. [8]


CastEdit

  • Yukti Kapoor[9] as Ragini Anurag Singh (2017–18)/Agni Sameer Thakur (2018–19)
  • Simaran Kaur as Srishti Vishvesh Singh (2017–18)/ Sakshi Kishan Thakur(2018–19)
  • Ankit Gera[10] as Anurag Singh (2017–18)
  • Mohak Khurana[11] as Vishvesh Singh (2017–18)/Shekhar Sharma (2018)[12]
  • Ayaz Ahmed[13] as Baiju Kanpuria (2018) [14]
  • Karan Goddwani[15] as Kishan Thakur (2018–19)
  • Samridh Bawa[16] as Lawyer Sameer Thakur (2018–19)[17]
  • Divay Dhamja[18] as Shekhar Sharma (2017)
  • Amita Choksi[19] as Revati Vidvaan Singh (2017–19)
  • Sunil Singh[20] as Vidvaan Singh (2017–18)
  • Shalu Shreya[21] as Divya Singh (2017–18)
  • Ibrar Yakub[22] as Brijbhan Singh (2017–18)
  • Shakti Singh[23] as Purushottam Singh (2017–18)
  • Aamir S Khan[24] as Parag
  • Prakash Pandit as Narad
  • Vishesh Sagar as Baiju
  • Anuradha Singh as Dulaari (2017–18)
  • Amit Koushik[25] as Vikraal Singh (2017–18)
  • Deepali Kamath as Sonali Purushottam Singh (2017–18)
  • Ankit Bhetiwal[26] as Mac
  • Rutpanna Aishwarya
  • Rehaan Roy as Abhimanyu
  • Jyotsna Chandola as Rajjo

ReferencesEdit

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  10. ^ Razzaq, Sameena (14 March 2017). "Ankit Gera to play the lead in upcoming show". The Asian Age. Retrieved 26 July 2019.
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